QUALITY OF EDUCATION AT SCHOOL BASED ON ISLAMIC BOARDING SCHOOLS AFTER COVID-19 PANDEMIC
Keywords:quality of education, boarding school, after the covid-19 pandemic
The anxiety of students' parents who are very deep in their children who are studying in Islamic boarding schools when during the pandemic they are required not to meet face-to-face and after the pandemic, students begin to adapt back to their cottage environment. The purpose of this study is to examine the quality of education in cottage-based schools during the pandemic and after the covid-19 pandemic at PPTQ Abi Ummi Kec. Ampel, Boyolali. Qualitative descriptive research method with data collection techniques in the form of questionnaires, surveys, and documentation. The data analysis technique used in this research is an interactive analysis model. The analysis steps are as follows; data collection, data reduction, data presentation, drawing conclusions and verification. The results showed a decline in the quality of education during the beginning of the PJJ or the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic and an increase after a year of the pandemic seen from the average school exam scores. In the second year of the pandemic, parents allowed their children to return to the cottage with strict procedures from the PPTQ Abi Ummi and KBM that took place face-to-face. The quality of education at PPTQ Abi Ummi can be seen from the input, process, and output during and after the COVID-19 pandemic, namely an increase in the number of students, effective teaching and learning activities, and high scores during the National exam.
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